Believe it or not, but:
Share market price charts summarise the
underlying opinions and emotions
Every chart tells a story.
It pays to understand the stories in the price charts.
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The underlying emotions of fear, greed and hope drive share prices, all
of which are reflected in the share price charts and in the volume bars
on the chart, and in the characteristics of candlesticks on a candle
chart. And successive days or weeks of price movement can form patterns
on the chart which also reflect the underlying market sentiment.
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Weekly candlestick chart is updated each
week and shows the last few candles (5 to 7 candles). One candle
summarises the price action for one calendar week. Toolbox Members can
click on the image to see a larger view and read the embedded text
notes. The text in the bar across the top of the chart gives the amount
of change this last week (in points and percent).
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